Hot Wheels RRRumblers


This is a series of Zamak and hard plastic die cast motorcycles with removable soft plastic riders and had the slogan "rrRumblers. The fastest metal motorcycles in the world.". They have 2 or 4 wheeled track-racks attached to the undercarriages to allow racing on Hot Wheels track.

  • Six models debuted in 1971: 3-Squealer, High Tailer, Mean Machine, Rip Snorter, Road Hog, and Torque Chop.
  • 1972 saw six more new models. Bold Eagle, Choppin’ Chariot, Devil’s Deuce, Revolution, Roamin’ Candle and Straight Away.
  • And 1973 produced the final four new bikes -  Bone Shaker, Centurion, Preying Menace, and Rip Code.
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